Earth and Planetary Science
EPS Atmosphere, Oceans, and Climate

Alumni Yearbook

Name Degree Year Majorsort descending Current Position Thesis Topic
Blakemore Thomas M.A. 1941 Geology
Charles Allen B.A. 1939 Geology
Frank Groffie B.A. 1982 Geology
Thor Kiilsgaard M.A. 1949 Geology The geology and ore deposits of Custer Mountain, Custer County, Idaho
Donald Snyder Ph.D. 1991 Geology Phase equilibria in natural basic liquids and the evolution of layered mafic intrusions
Richard Bailey M.A. 1984 Geology
Russell Waines Ph.D. 1965 Geology
Bruce Bilodeau B.A. 1976 Geology
Mark Ghiorso Ph.D. 1980 Geology Studies in natural solid-liquid equilibrium
Taryn Lindquist B.A. 1987 Geology
Clifford Riebe Ph.D. 2000 Geology Tectonic and climatic control of physical erosion rates and chemical weathering rates in the Sierra Nevada, California : inferred from cosmogenic nuclides and geochemical mass balance
John White Ph.D. 1955 Geology Geology of a portion of the Tortilla Mountains, Pinal County, Arizona : emphasizing granitic xenoliths in diabase and associated high- and low-temperature feldspars
John Wakeley M.A. 1968 Geology The nature and origin of a chert-rich beach sand, Rodeo Cove, Marin Peninsula, California
Theodore Martin B.A. 1973 Geology
Dale Stickney B.A. 1969 Geology
Danuta Lipscomb M.S. 1979 Geology
John Benton B.A. 1953 Geology
Eldon Thorp M.A. 1930 Geology
Danuta Lipscomb M.S. 1979 Geology
Othmar Tobisch B.A. 1958 Geology
Ruth Smith B.A. 1939 Geology
Thomas Welsh B.A. 1982 Geology
Arthur Clark B.A. 1948 Geology Geology of a portion of the St. Helena Quadrangle, California
James Silverstein B.A. 1985 Geology
Raymond Richie B.A. 1951 Geology
Alan Mulkey B.A. 1976 Geology
Thomas Burton B.A. 1961 Geology
Maxwell Wilmarth B.A. 2002 Geology
Charles Shaw Ph.D. 1956 Geology An investigation of some chemical reactions involved in the genesis of metamorphic rocks
Joseph Mesenbrink B.A. 1967 Geology